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The Boy Who Reversed Himself by William Sleator
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Mar 25, 10

bookshelves: 9th-grade, project-for-9th-grade-humanities, friendships, mystery, popularity
Read in March, 2010

the theme of this book is not to be too curious of certain things. you should be yourself and try not to be someone else. always try to be yourself! so Laura left her homework at home and it was about to start school. when she opens her locker she realize that her report was there but it was reversed. her neighbor Omar ofter to help but it wasn't possible to run home to get it and then Laura started to think there was a secret that Omar has. so when Laura finds out what the secret is and tries it out. then that is where the problem starts. Laura wants to find out the secret that Omar has but the problem is that people thinks she is weird because everyone thinks Omar is weird. so Laura population went down. she values people that has a secret ability, weird, and nerds.

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